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cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the ea. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chanceovernight friday into saturday. sunday will clear out and warm us back up into the 60's. 3 shutdown been stopped before it started? house republican leaders struck a budget deal with the white 3 3 3 has another government shutdown been stopped before it started? house republican leaders struck a budget deal with the white house. as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... the move is aimed at preventing another shutdown and debt crisis. 3 chyrons:rep. darrell issa/ (r) ohiorep. john fleming/(r)
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louisiana (pkg) (boehner) the budget deal is poised to be house speaker john boehner's office. it essentially prevents another government shutdown and puts off a debt crisis. (hrem02 dc feed lawmakers leaving) while leaving negotiations with the white house that stretched until almost midnight uonday, (s hrem02 dc feed rep. darrell issa/ (r) ohio 16:49) down the government i also don't want to be part of doing be part of doing nothing so hopefully this middle ground is something i can support- i file) the 144-page bill calls for an increase in spending of dollars over two covers defense and domestic programs. reforms to social security disability insurance and lifts 2017, well after the presidential election. some conservatives want more.(sot hrem2 dc feed rep. john fleming/(r) louisiana 17:06) has never shown an interest in reforming entitlements" (-:10) faced a fast approaching november 3rd deadline to avoid a debt default. a vote on the (ryan vo) a day before paul ryan is set to be elected the news. 3 democrats will take a look at the bill today. 3 sioux city is getting ready to host to a handful of republican presidential candidates this week... but the first visit is the one getting the most attention right now. today's the big day... republican presidential candidate donald trump is set to make his first visit to sioux city as an official candidate. the republican is scheduled to speak at west high school's gymn tonight at 6... doors open at 4. trump is in the lead in the national polls of
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the most recent polls from iowa have him trailing retired neurosurgeon doctor ben carson by more than 10 points. 3 and donald trump's visit to sioux city today ist without controversy... at least one group's planning a protest. siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll was at last night's meeting of sioux city's school board. 3 presidential 3 school board. 3 presidential candidate presidential candidate donald trump 3 when trump visits west high today peaceful protesters plan to march silently outside the school. we'll have full
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*and* the protests... tonight on siouxland news. "siouxland news at sunrise starts now" 3 the sioux city school board hears protests and objections to donald trump campaig stop at a high school. a new pork plant bringing a thousand jobs to sioux city could be getting a tax break. and work on i - 29 through sioux city means another road closing.good morning, and welcome to siouxld news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm cat taylor. thanks for waking up with us on@this xxx morning. 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late may be psible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50
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3 it was a tense morning yesterday at sioux city's iowa national guard readiness center. fire crews were called there just afr 8 - 30 for a fire. after a ten minute search for the fire most of the fire crews were cleared from the scene. an investigation found the source of the alarm was a faulty light ballast. there was no fi... and everyone at the center was back at work a little while later. 3 the new pork processing plant under construction in the bridgeport industrial park could be getting more help from the city of six city. the city council is thinking about approving a tax exemption for the new seaboard - triumph pork plant. the plant will be the biggest employer in sioux city when it opens in january 20 - 17... adding 12 - hundred new jobs. more information about the possible exemption isn't available yet... but it could come up at the hearing
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unanimously approved by the council last night. council member rhonda capron says she's excited about the possibilities e plant is bringing to town. 3 "this is part of a huge...huge developement for us. probably the biggest in sioux city history at this point. " the city council also approved a 75 thousand dollar subsidy for siouxland paramedics to cover emergency ambulance services and other possible fees... maybe even moving expenses. the council also approved a 5 year lease for the paramedics' new home... which they're set to move into in a few weeks. if the subsidy is not used in full... the city will get the left over money back. 3 another long - time siouxland lawmaker is leaving the iowa house. ron jorgensen has represented iowa house district 6 in the iowa house since 2010. the area includes morningside...
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sergeant bluff... bronson... and salix... when the house isn't in session... he's the vice president for business and finance at morngside college. jacob bossman... the northwest iowa regional director for u - s senator chuck grassley and a former co - chair of the county republican party... announced he'll run to replace jorgensen. 3 it looks like the breakout star of the new james bond movie "spectre" is the car made just for the movie. and it's so exclusive... only *one* is up for sale. aston martin was showing off the d - b 10 in britain and ireland as "spectre" premiered in both countries yesterday. he luxury car company created just *10* of the cars for the film. one will be auctioned off for charity next year. it's expected to bring in more than 15 - million dollars. but the d - b 10 doesn't have the proper certifications to make it
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3 3 3 coming up 3 this morning on siouxland news at sunrise... yesterday we showed that raid on an isis prison... a joint operation between u - s and kurdish special forces. this morning we'll show you why kurdish forces are more efficient with aid money than the *iraqi* army. 3
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3 3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the latest bond moviviis about t come out. who was your favorite james bond?3 3 you might want to put day menu... jamie (you - cuss) yuccas is in new york with your r - b - s moneywatch. holiday season for fedex.the company says online shopping will boost shipments from black friday through christmas eve by more than 12 percent.to
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handle the holiday rush, the company is hiring 55 thousand seasonal workers.shoppers should plan ahead if they don't want to get stuck in line -- fedex predicts the busiest shipping days will be the monday after thanksgiving and the first two mondays in december.stocks ended lower monday. the dow ended down 23 the nasdaq just 2 points.have a question for the democratic presidential candidates?you might want to sign up for twitter.the social media site is parterning with cbs news on november 14th for the democratic face-off at drake university in iowa.twitter will provide data, serve up reactions and give voter questions to cbs n ns in rere-time.you might want to serve extra pecan pie at thanksgiving! georgia growers expect the best crop in three years! a drier year helped farmers grow between 110 and 120 million pounds of pecans. it's good news for consumers, prices for the nuts are down to about $2.70 per pound. that's your moneywatch report, for more just head to
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jamie yuccas.3 3 3 yesterday we showed you helmet camera video of a raid on an isis prison... a joint operation between u - s and kurdish special forces. as c - b - s news correspondent elizabeth palmer shows us... it's just one more way the kurds are able to do much more... even though they only get a fraction of the aid money the *iraqi* army gets. 3 (prisoners being patted down) (helmet cam)the video - captured on a helmet camera - shows dazed prisoners emerging one by one from their cells to be patted down by kurdish special forces.in the background - you can clearly hear the american backup.usot american: get that guy there (hight shots of prisoners running out of building urged along by pesh special forces) the kurds released this video to show their close partnership with american might.(pesh guy with big gun then liz and general walking) on the well-fortified front line near the key oil-city of kirkuk it was a real morale- booster ...for the kurdish peshmerga fighters who make do with outdated weaponsand
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get their salaries lateor not at all.general kamal kirkuki is the area commander:(english - will need to be fonted) 083219 general: it was a great thing for america and for us to liberate this civilian peoples lives.(foggy village in the distance)to isis fighters - hiding and watching less than a mile away.(upsot: kurdish sf yelling)(prisoners running out one after the other) the pictures will come as a blow.but freedom has a price (weeping prisoner)in this casea compulsory camera call for the prisoners to embrace their kurdish liberators - and say thank you.saad khelef ali feraj is an iraqi policeman who was overcome as he described how isis told him he had only an hour to live.(iraq bang bang) with this video, the kurds want to underscore how - with american help - they're winning against isisin contrast to the iraqi army - which gets four times as much money from the us - but is struggling to take back the
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3 after the break on siouxland news at sunrise... a duck named juanita is in the middle of a custody battle between the state of california and an assisted living home we'll show you why the state says the duck is *its* property. 3
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3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible
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to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into saturday. sunday will clear out and warm us back up into the 60's. 3 a senior center in california is in the middle of a custody battle with a local animal hospital... over a wild duck turned resident. duck turned over a wild hospital...animal with a local custody battle the middle of a center in a senior 3 up into the 60's.warm us back clear out and warm us back up into the 60's.3 3 a senior center in
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california is in the middle of a custody battle with a local animal hospital... over a wild duck turned resident. reporter john blackstone has more on the tug of war over juanita the duck. 3 1--in a locked pen at a wildlife hospital near san francisco a duck named juanita is tied up in red tape. meanwhile at bello gardens assisted living center residents are campaigning to win freedom for juanita. (norma****10:19:16) it doesn't seem right. i want that duck back. ****2-- norma manning misses having juanita in the back yard.(norma 10:14:12) she was just a nice pet and everybody loved her. (duckling still and video)3--juanita arrived two years agoan orphaned duckling. bello gardens cook walter paredes fed her back to health and she quickly became part of life here.(nat sot video of residents and duck exercising to beach boys song)bello gardens administrator neysa hinton made sure the duck was as comfortable as any other resident.(11:05:27 side shot, crouching) (jb q): this is where juanita lived? (neysa): so the staff built this for
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her and put the pond in and the waterfall.4--but one day in september juanita wandered out of the backyard. someone found her a couple of blocks away and took her to wildcare, a local animal hospital. and that is where the red tape started.(alison****12:31): wildlife is considered in the public domain. //so she gets checked into wildcare and all of la belongs to the state of ca not to wildcare and unfortunately in this situation, not to bello gardens.****5-- alison hermance of wildcare insists that simply giving the duck back would be a federal offense with dire consequences. (alison****12:32:10) we would lose our license to operate. (jb q) the federal government would close you down if you gave back one duck to a senior center? a: yes! that's what would happen.6--wildcare is helping bello gardens apply for a permit that would allow them to keep a wild duck as a pet. (nat sot visiting juanita, norma): oh hi. how are you? you're looking fine. and the residents do get to visit juanita from time to time, trying to make the best of situation that is all fouled up.jb cbs news san anselmo ca 3 still to come... a school resource officer is on administrative leave after a
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video shows him forcibly taking a girl out of a classroom. we'll show you what caused this confrontation. you're watching siouxland
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3 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm
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3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through a cloudy start with rain chances friday into saturday.
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us back up into the 60's.3 3 shock this morning over a classroom confrontation in south carolina. video is showing a school resource officer forcibly removing a student from a room. as c - b - s news correspondent don champion shows us... in the video... you can see the officer tossing the girl *across* a classroom. 3 (pkg)-nats- the incident is downright difficult to watch. this cell phone video captured the moment a south carolina school resource officer tossed a female student across a classroom monday. look again- here you see the officer grab the girl. remove her from her chair. then toss her across the room.(sot tony robinson ingest from wltx 2:48) "i've never seen anything so nasty looking so sick" (-:50) classmate, tony robinson, recorded the video. the officer had been called to the room to help escort the girl out because of disciplinary problems. robinson spoke exclusively monday night to cbs affiliate wltx.(sot tony robinson ingest from wltx 2:58) "that's supposed to be somebody who is going to protect us, not somebody who we're supposed to be afraid of or scared of; it definitely was a scary experience" (3:03) the incident happened at spring valley high school in columbia. classmates say it all started when the girl
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refused to put away her cell phone and leave the room. the richland county sheriff is now investigating and reportedly called the video disturbing. (sot richland county sheriff lieutenant curtis wilson) of course we're going to look at what happened that led up to it, that incident that took place and then what happened afterwards. the unidentified student was arrested. the officer involved, deputy ben fields, is now on administrative leave. don champion, cbs news. 3 a second student was arrested when she tried intervening when the first girl was arrested. 3 sioux city's school board is closing the book on the last step before construction can start on a new elementary school on the northside. the school district and the last of eight homeowners in the way of the new bryant elementary school have agreed on a purchase price for the
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homeowners had already agreed to sell their homes... the district plans to demolish them this spring. this last homeowner was holding out... saying the price the district offered him for his home was too low. now the district has agreed to his counter - offer... settling on a price of 214 - thousand dollars. 3 "this is in the neighborhood of the 35th home that we've purchased in the last number of years, almost 8 years since i've been in the district. every one of them we've been able to come to an agreement with the homeowner and not use eminent domain." now that the settlement's finished... demolition on those eight homes will happen in the spring... the new school is scheduled to open in 20 - 17. 3 it's about to get just a little bit harder to access sioux city's chris larsen park. the city's closing chris larsen road and the walking trail between floyd boulevard and the anderson dance pavilion until next summer. that's so crews working on the i - 29 construction project can finish work on the new
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expressway between nebraska street and floyd boulevard... as to re - build chris larson road. while this is happening... you'll still be able to get to the riverfront from hamilton boulevard. 3 students at morningside elementary got some special visitors yesterday morning. some of the sioux city musketeers turned up to welcome the transitional kindergarten class into the muskies' kids club. four muskies players will volunteer in that classroom through the year... teaching them how science... technology... engineering... and math applies to hockey. 3 "it kinda brings back alot of memories obviously everybody has been here before. actually i haven't been to pre-school little interesting to see how its set up and how the kids are. . " each monday... a different group of players monday's group brought the students an autographed jersey. 3 a group of young siouxland soccer players is heading abroad for a pair of tournaments next summer.
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team of 20 14 and 15 - year - olds from sioux city and south sioux city. next july... those players and their coaches will head to europe to play in a pair of international youth tournaments. first up will be the gothia cup in sweden... the world's largest youth tournament with 16 - hundred teams from more than 80 countries. the next week... the diablos will head to denmark for a tournament with more than a thousand teams. 3 "it change your life. you get to see different culture, meet different people, different styles of soccer. so in any way, it's a great experience"3 the norm waitt senior y - m - c - a has set up a go fund me account to help offset the cost of the trip... which is expected to be around 80 - thousand dollars for the team. 3 iowa's governor is setting up a new office to review convictions made using hair sample analysis. governor branstad says the state's new *wrongful conviction division* will work with a national non
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- profit group to go over criminal convictions and find out if there were any errors made during trials. the new office will focus on convictions from the 80s and 90s that used hair sample analysis... after this spring... when the f - b - i said its agents had given misleading testimony and training about using hair sample analysis over a 20 - year period. the office will look at 100 cases at first... working with a lawyer from the innocence project who's now working out of the iowa public defender's office. 3 online education is growing. now a new app is offering the chance to earn a college degree on your ipad or tablet... at a low cost... without ever setting foot inside a classroom. reporter chris martinez shows us how it works. 3 (vo)virtually anywhere he goes colin grieg can work towards earning his college degree - at his own pace.((colin grieg/student))"i don't really feel the pressure 9:15:27 i set my own deadlines and i'm able to work towards them." colin is using an app called "mypath" - offered through brandman university.there are no books - *everyting* is done
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on his tablet even exams, which are monitored by instructors via webcam.it was designed with non-traditional students in mind especially those with busy work schedules. (colin grieg/student) "you can find yourself with a spare 20 minutes and out comes the tablet, i can work on a paper or complete a little quiz or just do something towards my schoolwork."(gfx)more colleges and universities are offering online options.according to the us department of education - one in four college students take at least some of their courses online.brandman is hoping to set their program apart by offering an *app* with a unique payment plan.for 27 hundred dollars - students can earn all the credits they can handle within 6 months. (gary brahm/chancellor, brandman university)"this provides an incentive for students to finish as quickly as possible, if they finish in two and a half years, a bachelors degree will cost 13,500 dollars."for colin - studying on his schedule is paying off... (colin grieg/student) "i'm hoping i can have my degree completed within 12 months, so by may of 2016."a pace he says wouldn't be possible any other way. chris martinez, cbs news,
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3 brandman university is an accredited... non - profit college. about 100 students were part of the beta testing for the mypath app... and school officials say 500 more students have signed up to start taking the online courses. 3 they're the first to be built in the united states in more than 20 years. and they rolled - off the assembly line yesterday. shiny new white... red... and blue camaros were being shown off at general motors' lansing grand river assembly plant. the camaro hasn't been built in the united states since 1992... and a lot of the workers who were at this event say this means more job security. g eneral motors says the v - 6 and v - 8 models should be in showrooms by the end of the year with a sticker price around 27 - thousand dollars.
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3 what is a big orange party? we'll find out... after
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3 3 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold
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on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into saturday. sunday will clear out and warm us back up into
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3 3 the big orange party should be a fun time for the whole family... that's why bryan newswander and charity silvis are here for talk of the town this morning. good
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community events.3 3 thanks for being with us this morning. if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more information...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news
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dot com slash sunrise... 3 jimmy fallon is running out of fingers to hurt. we'll take a look at the latest fall that landed him in a hospital. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at
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3 3 good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. 3 comedian jimmy fallon can't stop fallin'. he took another spill over the weekend... and once again... he's hurt his hand. but this accident was caught on camera. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos takes a look. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- jimmy fallon is running out of hands. he was still sporting a purple bandage on his previous hand injury, when he hurt his
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(nats 3 schuster)3 ryan schuster caught the fall on his cell phone. fallon was being honored by the harvard lampoon...(nats)he reached into the crowd for a bottle of jagermeister, a prop perhaps, then turned around.(nats)the broken bottle cut his hand, sending him to the emergency room.(ryan schuster/filmed jimmy fallon's fall)"he's like i need another bottle of jager. i'm fine. i'm alright everybody. i just need more jager."ryan saved the bottle as a souvenir.it was about four months ago that fallon first fell in his kitchen. (jimmy fallon/host, "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon")"my ring got caught on countertop when i was going down and stuck there and pulled my finger off."doctors performed microsurgery.the finger was saved.but then fallon used his teeth to open a tube of scar gel for his injured hand.(nats)his injured finger came in handy for comedy bits. amy sedaris provided replacement arms for diapering, shaving...(nats)and tooth brushing.(nats)though his latest fall didn't cause serious injury, jimmy's dignity is suffering.he was declared "the new president ford."jokesters quipped "i'm fallon and i can't get up." (jeanne moosnew york)"online commenters are suggesting that
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jimmy fallon needs to permanently wrap himself in bubble wrap."ellen dressed him up in a protective suit but that didn't save him from his latest mishap.crown him the king of klutzes.(nats)jeanne moos cnn new york. 3 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into saturday. sunday will clear out and warm us back up into
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sunrise watercooler... the weather in new york was just right for an annual halloween tradition this weekend. hundreds of costumed dogs... and their decked out owners... came out for the 25th annual tompkins square park dog parade. new york's premiere pet parade is all about costumes and creativity. the day just wouldn't have been complete without a pizza rat sighting... and of course "dog" - nald trump. he was out barking up votes.3 3 coming up this morning in your 6 o'clock hour... medical costs for familes are
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show you how to save some money on your medical expenses. plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up. it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.
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siouxland news at sunrise.3 here's a look at your weather
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 rescue teams in canada are still searching for an australian man... still missing after sunday's fatal tour boat accident. five british citizens died when the leviathan -two sank near the surf town of tofino. canadian transportation officials plan to talk to 21 other people who were rescued... as they try to figure out what caused this to happen. back in the states... a south carolina school resource officer is on administrative leave... for forcibly removing a student from a classroom. cellphone video shows officer ben fields slamming and dragging the female student monday... after she supposedly refused to leave the class. the officer has been banned from schools in that area until we get the results of an investigation. and... the new york mets and the kansas city royals are gearing up for game one of the
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world series. the teams go head to head tonight at kauffman stadium. mets fans came out in full force monday... to show their support from the big apple. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i'm charlie rose... coming up, residents demand answers about an underground hot spot burning near nuclear material... that's coming up, on cbs this morning... 3 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob
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cat taylor.3 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into saturday. sunday will clear out and warm us back up into the 60's.3 3 3 medical costs for families... even for families with insurance
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through their employers... is at an all time high. an average family with insurance spends more than four - thousand dollars a year on out of pocket expenses. special correspondent sheila gray has five ways to save on those health costs... in this family 4 - 1 - 1 report. 3 health care spending in america has been climbing for more than a decade.. topping nearly three-trillion dollars two years ago.. according to the kaiser family foundation. super sheila gray and listen to this... the annual cost of medical care for *one typical family* is nearly 25-thousand dollars.. but the consucmer health alliance has some tips for saving families money. ((sinclair gfx)) first, save on prescription drugs. make sure your medicine is covered by your insurance. if not, ask your doctor for another one. buy generic and order in bulk. getting a 90 day supply will put dollars back in your pocket - and shop around!super allen erenbaum 21:27 allen erenbaum - they can also compare pharmacies because pharmacies will charge different prices for prescription drugs.((sinclair gfx)) if you wear glasses, keep your frames. they make up half the cost of eyewear. if you need frames, you can still save.26:12 allen - when you're looking at frames, look for a generic fram instead of brand
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that are on sale or a closeout. ((sinclair gfx)) stay out of the er. the consumer health alliance says too many people go to the emergency room as a first choice when they could get care at a mini clinic or urgent care center.((sinclair gfx)) double check your bills from the doctor or hospital - just like you look at a restaurant bill.24:43 allen - all medical procedures have codes attached to them, and if the wrong code is put down, it can be a costly mistake. if you think there's a problem, contact your provider first.((sinclair gfx)) and finally - consider a discount plan.22:19 allen - discount plans are available in every state and can be tailored to your health care needs. for a monthly fee, you get a list of providers who'll give you a cash discount on things like vision, dental, and prescription drugs. some employers and health insurance companies offer discount plans, but note - they're not a substitute for insurance.sig 3 sioux city is getting
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ready to host to a handful of republican presidential candidates this week... but the first visit is the one getting the most attention right now. today's the big day... republican presidential candidate donald trump is set to make his first visit to sioux city as an official candidate. the republican is scheduled to speak at west high school's gymn tonight at 6... doors open at 4. trump is in the lead in the national polls of republican voters... but the most recent polls from iowa have him trailing retired neurosurgeon doctor ben carson by more than 10 points. 3 and donald trump's visit to sioux city today isn't without controversy... at least one group's planning a protest. siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll was at last night's meeting of sioux city's school board. 3 presidential candidate donald trump has caused his share of controversy in this election. (nats)and with the announcement of his rally at west high in sioux city... there's like slurs and comments going on before the event has even started regarding the event that's going to happen with him here.
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that's what we're trying to avoid. we're afraid that after the event is going to be worse and there's going to be a lot more bullying going on."filled with students and protesters, tonight's school board meeting served as a platform for many who have felt victimized by trump and his rally at their school."on social media, i said i'm not for him and honestly all these people were like, 'you just want to get attention. you just want a green card.' it's honestly hurtful that my peers are saying this towards me.""what happens when all of this happens. it's overwith, trump's gone. what will happen when there will still be harrassing just not with my siblings and the hispanics, but with the rest of the ethnic backgrounds." the sioux city school district takes these matters seriously. "we've notified the administrators of west high school and they are going to personally meet with the students first thing in the morning so we can get to the bottom of it."but also recognizes the rights of all americans."the policy doesn't give us the ability to consider how many signatures might be on a petition or something like that as a way to make our decision. we had to follow that decision per
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3 when trump visits west high today peaceful protesters plan to march silently outside the school. we'll have full coverage of trump's visit *and* the protests... tonight on siouxland news. 3 donald trump isn't the only republican presidential hopeful planning to visit siouxland. former pennsylvania senator rick santorum has quite a few stops scheduled around here. he'll be in galva... iowa... touring quad city corn processing. that's friday morning at 9 a - m... after that he'll stop at the blue bunny ice cream parlor in le mars he'll have a presidential politics conference at dordt college in sioux center and then he'll be at the northwest iowa republican consortium in orange city. 3 and florida senator marco rubio will be in sioux city this weekend. the g - o - p presidential hopeful will hold
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a happy hour at bev's on the river in sioux city friday night. that event's set to get started at 4 o'clock friday afternoon. 3 and former hewlett - packard c - e - o carly fiorina will also be in northwest iowa this weekend. her campaign says she'll be at the same g - o - p rally as santorum... that'll be this friday in orange city. she'll follow that with a 10 a - m event at the stoney creek inn in sioux city saturday 3 it was a tense morning yesterday at sioux city's iowa national guard readiness center. fire crews were called there just after 8 - 30 for a fire. after a ten minute search for the fire most of the fire crews were cleared from the scene. an investigation found the source of the alarm was a faulty light ballast. there was no fire... and everyone at the center was back at work a little while later. 3 the new pork processing plant under construction in the bridgeport industrial park could be getting more help from the city of sioux city. the city council is thinking about approving a tax exemption for the new seaboard
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plant will be the biggest employer in sioux city when it opens in january 20 - 17... adding 12 - hundred new jobs. more information about the possible exemption isn't available yet... but it could come up at the hearing on the issue that was unanimously approved by the council last night. council member rhonda capron says she's excited about the possibilities the plant is bringing to town. 3 "this is part of a huge...huge developement for us. probably the biggest in sioux city history at this point. "3 the city council also approved a 75 thousand dollar subsidy for siouxland paramedics to cover emergency ambulance services and other possible fees... maybe even moving expenses. the council also approved a 5 year lease for the paramedics' new home... which they're set to move into in a few weeks. if the subsidy is not used in full... the city will get the left over money back. 3 another long - time
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the iowa house. ron jorgensen has represented iowa house district 6 in the iowa house since 2010. the area includes morningside... sergeant bluff... bronson... and salix... when the house isn't in session... he's the vice president for business and finance at morningside college. jacob bossman... the northwest iowa regional director for u - s senator chuck grassley and a former co - chair of the woodbury county republican party... announced he'll run to replace jorgensen. 3 the hubble space telescope is still giving us amazing images 25 years after it was launched. nasa has released this incredible picture taken by the hubble space telescope of the (messy - ay) messier 94 galaxy. it's about 16 - million light - years from earth. if you can see the bright starburst ring around the galaxy... the european space agency says new stars are forming inside that ring
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says the star - forming region is an unusual shape... most likely caused by a pressure wave coming from the center of the galaxy. that wave is compressing gas and dust in the outer area. when that happens... gas starts to collapse into denser clouds. then gravity pulls the gas and dust together... increasing both pressure and temperature... until a star is born.3 3 3 america's largest exporter is turning 100 years old. up next... we'll show you how far the company'sx come
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3 3 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into saturday. sunday will clear
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the 60's.3 3 only one company in the united states builds jumbo jets. soon... it'll soar past a milestone. boeing began with a canvas and wood airplane almost 100 years ago. that first biplane led to revolutionary aircraft like the 747 jumbo jet and today's seven - 87 dreamliner. over a century... boeing transformed travel across the globe. last year boeing delivered more than 700 airplanes. almost four - million people a day fly on a boeing - made jet. reporter jan crawford takes us inside a
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3 ctm script: in a world where flying is routine but gravity is a law of nature... it's still mind-blowing. 500-thousand pounds rising into the sky miles above the earth soaring at 35-thousand feet.and this factory outside seattle is where it all comes together.(sot - elizabeth lund sit down with jan - boeing #1 disc)jan: (9:18:26) do you ever just walk in here and go wow? el: literally no lie every day.these are among the biggest airplanes in the world built here by boeing in one of the world's biggest buildings overseen by vice president elizabeth lund.(sot - elizabeth and jan in car - boeing #1 disc @ 10:14:45) elizabeth: if you took the empire state building and you laid it on its side you could put 12 of them fully inside the building we're in right now. jan: what?! el: yeah. jan: the empire state 3 building? el: the empire state building. a dozen of them. you need that much space when on any given day you're building more than 20 jumbo jets at a time.from start to finish, it takes just 5 weeks to manufacture this airplane... assembled with some automation, but at its core are people 40-thousand boeing employees at this one site rolling out a product that
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elizabeth sit down w/ jan @ 9:23:13 - boeing #1 disc)el: it is like the story of america, right? you think of the progress made by the world // led by american ingenuity and boeing is just i think we jan: think back to where you started. el: absolutely, with a guy flying a little fabric plane with wings.the guy was bill boeing and it started 100 years ago with a pontoon seaplane.before long boeing planes were everywhere ushering in a new age of travel... even helping get us to the moon.today it's the biggest aerospace company in the world.(sot - joe sutter standing w/ jan @ 16:29:19 - on joe sutter intv disc)joe: we knew we had a big job to do so we did it.in the world of aviation, everyone knows the name joe sutter. 50 years ago, he led a revolution in air travel-- designing the iconic 747. skeptics said a jet that big would never work. but sutter was proven right from the 747's first flight.the landing was perfect.(sot - sutter sit down w/ jan @ 15:55:14)joe: when i went out to the runway i hugged nancy. she was crying. jan: your wife was crying? (nods head.) jan: because she was so relieved? ? (nods head) joe: relieved, yeah, and happy for the fact that what i told her was the truth.sutter has been with boeing for nearly 70 years and says the work is personal.(sot - sutter sit down @ 15:48:32 - 15:48:49)if i hear on the news that an airplane got into trouble i still say to myself i wonder if it's a boeing airplane and i wonder if there's something i did wrong. it's something you never leave behind you.talking with people at boeing, you hear that over
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and over, from the guys on the line to ceo dennis muilenburg. (sot - dennis muilenburg sit down w/ jan @ 18:40:33 - muilenburg intv disc + jan reverse in fork)muilenburg: we know we work on things that really matter. and people's lives literally depend on what we do. there have been stumbles muilenburg says perhaps the biggest was the highly anticipated dreamliner. boeing developed entirely new technology to make it more comfortable and fuel-efficient. but manufacturing delays put the airplane behind schedule... and then a problem with overheating batteries.a fire started on one flight... another had to make an emergency landing. no one was hurt but the plane was grounded.(sot - lund @ 9:28:22) when we are unable to deliver on our commitment at some point it's devastating, it's discouraging. that's just not who we are.boeing redesigned the battery and now the dreamliner is back in the sky. from the setback boeing learned the perils of changing too much too fast.that's why they're taking existing technology and tweaking it for new products... like folding wingtips on boeing-made fighter jets. that innovation will go on boeing's next big passenger plane... so it can fit at more airport gates. (sots - lund @ 9:44:40 + muilenburg) lund: we've got to be on the forefront and the leading edge of innovation or we're going to get passed by.
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competitors around the world. the european consortium airbus. the companies are locked in a fierce head-to- head battle in a world-wide market.today boeing sells more than 70 percent of its airplanes outside the u-s. and when it looks to the next 100 years it sees even more growth overseas especially in china.(sot - muilenburg sit down w/ jan)muilenburg: (18:47:00) our projection is that the world over the next 20 years needs 38,000 new commercial airplanes.jan: and more than 6,000 of those will be in china?muilenburg: yes. // many people don't realize it but we're the u-s's biggest exporter in the manufacturing sector. so aerospace, airplanes-- it's a global
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3 sandra bullock is hitting the campaign trail. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the
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3 3 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into saturday. sunday will clear out and warm us back up into the 60's.
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3 3 sandra bullock is in "crisis" mode... and daniel craig joins british royalty for the premiere of the latest james bond film. c - b - s's suzanne marques has those stories in your eye on entertainment. 3 ((pkg script)) ------------------------(narr:) "double-o-7" daniel craig signed authographs and took selfies with fans in the world premiere of "spectre." it's the latest installment in the james bond franchise. (nats- movie)craig has been playing bond for a decade.((sot daniel craig/actor))"it's been remarkable. it's changed my life and i've loved every second of it."(vo)) the duke and duchess of cambridge and prince harry turned out for the premiere."spectre" opens in the u.s. next friday. ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------(narr:) ((standup bridge: suzanne marques, cbs news, hollywood)) "sandra bullock and billy bob thornton lit up hollywood for the premiere of their new film, "our brand is crisis." (nats- red carpet)((vo))they play campaign for rival bolivian presidential candidates. (natsot- move: "how many times have you gone
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against candy? 3 or 4 times. how many times has he beat you? 3 or 4 times.")((sot sandra bullock/actress )) those people who are just good at winning keep going and don't care about what lives they destroy are fascinating to me. they just keep going without a conscious.((cont. vo))the film opens nationwide friday. ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------(narr:) democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton goes toe to toe with stephen colbert *tonight on "the late show."bernie sanders, jeb bush, and donald trump have already been on colbert's show. ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------(narr:) and ricky gervais returns for a fourth time as host of the golden globes. the awards will be handed out on january 10th.on entertainment. suzanne marques, cbs news, hollywood. 3 3 hollywood.news, 3 hollywood. 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... the latest bond
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who was your favorite james bond?3 3 still to come... doctors are looking for ways to make the game of football safer we'll take a look at some of their suggestions. it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. your weather and morning news are all ahead. keep it right here on
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3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with
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meteorologist cat taylor. 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into
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out and warm us back 3 up into the 60's. 3 a high school football player in tennessee is in critical condition this morning after a head injury during a game friday night. the injury comes as another high school... in chicago... mourns the death of a student athlete. all this raises new worries about the safety of the sport played by more than a million american kids. reporter dean reynolds is outside (boh - gun) bogan high school in chicago. 3 ctm script: (nats: rich central hs football field) friends and family gathered this weekend to remember 17- year old andre smith who suffered a fatal injury playing football for his high school.the bogan high school senior collapsed during a game thursday against chicago vocational after taking a hit right at the end of the contest. though he was rushed to a local hospital.. he died there the following morning. (sot: friend) (youth football//180045)"he was always there for everybodywh oever need him (gets emotional)"(gfx in ) over the weekend, the cook county medical examiner ruled the death "accidental" -- caused
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due to football." (gfx out) (sot:) (satu0095)"you understand the risks but it's a game you know, it's a game." smith is the seventh high school football player to die in the u-s this year. just days ago, cam'ron matthews of texas passed away after collapsing on the sidelines. and last month, evan murray of new jersey died from a lacerated spleen he suffered during a game.(sot: greg landry, m.d.//aap council on sports medicine and fitness) "high school football deaths are disturbing."on sunday, the american academy of pediatrics issued new guidelines aimed at improving the safety of youth football. (gfx in) the recommendations included having athletic trainers on sidelines of games, offering non-tackle football games as an alternative... and zero tolerance for illegal head- first hits.(sot: greg landry) "there's too many head to head hits and leading with the head- spearing that's been against the rules since 1976 and for some reason referees and coaches have gotten away from enforcing that rule."to andre smith's teammates - his brother had this to say.(sot: erick smith/brother (175758) "just be aware, protect yourself and be cautious because something as simple as a football injury can end a
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whole life." 3 sioux city's school board is closing the book on the last step before construction can start on a new elementary school on the northside. the school district and the last of eight homeowners in the way of the new bryant elementary school have agreed on a purchase price for the last house. seven other homeowners had already agreed to sell their homes... the district plans to demolish them this spring. this last homeowner was holding out... saying the price the district offered him for his home was too low. now the district has agreed to his counter - offer... settling on a price of 214 - thousand dollars. 3 "this is in the neighborhood of the 35th home that we've purchased in the last number of years, almost 8 years since i've been in the district. every one of them we've been
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able to come to an agreement with the homeowner and not use eminent domain." now that the settlement's finished... demolition on those eight homes will happen in the spring... the new school is scheduled to open in 20 - 17. 3 it's about to get just a little bit harder to access sioux city's chris larsen park. the city's closing chris larsen road and the walking trail between floyd boulevard and the anderson dance pavilion until next summer. that's so crews working on the i - 29 construction project can finish work on the new expressway between nebraska street and floyd boulevard... as to re - build chris larson road. while this is happening... you'll still be able to get to the riverfront from hamilton boulevard. 3 students at morningside elementary got some special visitors yesterday morning. some of the sioux city musketeers turned up to welcome the transitional kindergarten class into the muskies' kids club. four muskies players will volunteer in that classroom through the year... teaching them how science... technology...
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applies to hockey. 3 "it kinda brings back alot of memories obviously everybody has been here before. actually i haven't been to pre-school for a while now. so it's a little interesting to see how its set up and how the kids are. . " each monday... a different group of players will visit the class. this monday's group brought the students an autographed jersey. 3 a group of young siouxland soccer players is heading abroad for a pair of tournaments next summer. the siouxland diablos is a team of 20 14 and 15 - year - olds from sioux city and south sioux city. next july... those players and their coaches will head to europe to play in a pair of international youth tournaments. first up will be the gothia cup in sweden... the world's largest youth tournament with 16 - hundred teams from more than 80 countries. the next week... the diablos will head to denmark for a tournament with more than a thousand teams. 3 "it change your life. you get to see different culture, meet different people, different
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way, it's a great 3 experience" the norm waitt senior y - m - c - a has set up a go fund me account to help offset the cost of the trip... which is expected to be around 80 - thousand dollars for the team. 3 iowa's governor is setting up a new office to review convictions made using hair sample analysis. governor branstad says the state's new *wrongful conviction division* will work with a national non - profit group to go over criminal convictions and find out if there were any errors made during trials. the new office will focus on convictions from the 80s and 90s that used hair sample analysis... after this spring... when the f - b - i said its agents had given misleading testimony and training about using hair sample analysis over a 20 - year period. the office will look at 100 cases at first... working with a lawyer from the innocence project who's now working out of the iowa public defender's office. 3 james bond is back on the silver screen with "spectre"...
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the 24 - th film in bond series. the movie's world premiere was last night in london. and... there the world's most famous spy is seen as a style icon... one that a lot of brands hope to cash in on. reporter (e - suh) isa (sore - ess) soares takes a look at how double - oh - seven has adapted to the times and tastes of audiences over the film franchise's 43 - year - history. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- blink....and you'll miss it.. 7-up, sieko and british airways among the the first product placements to feature in a bond movielaunching a trend that has turned into a lucrative relationship between bond and brands.(isa soares, cnn) "so talk to us a little bit about what brands get out of the franchise and what does the franchise get out of these big brands?"(darryl collis, director, seesaw media) "so when brand ties in with something like james bond it is tying in with a property that has global reach and there is also an identity and a personality that kind of says a lot about the brand. and what the production get out of it is brands who are willing to promote their association with james bond on a global scale"and there have been many...take "die another day"...the two thousand and two movie alone featured as many as 20 brand partners.from champagne..."and if there's any left a 61 bollinger?"from champaigne - to cars..."aston martin call it the vanquish we
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"rolex?""omega.""beautiful." they all have stood the test of time...others though have faced criticism for diluting the traditional sophisticated felt shaken and not stirred after bond's move to drinking heineken in skyfall....if you're a bond fan...do not despair.bond is reportedly returning to his drink of choice: martini -- in spectre this after belvedere vodka owned by l-v-m-h signed a partnership deal for an undisclosed sum."excellent choice mr bond."in the upcoming movie...belvedere is among 14 official brand partners..all vying for the attention of mostly savvy male millennials...who don't mind seeing products on the big screen.(professor james chapman, professor of film studies, university of leicester) "i think if the product placement is to people can take against it. it's seen as sort of a crass commercial and distracting from the narrative. but when its done in a subtle way or maybe in a rather ironic way or incorporated in the film in the way associated with james bond i think audiences appreciated it.""you have no authority. none."with each incarnation the enigmatic spy has evolved with the timesand so have the products he uses -- mirroring the changing tastes of his fans.while the secretive deals between 007 and advertisers are worthy of an m-i-6 operationit is no secret that this a priceless partnership for both."i think you're only getting started"
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healthwatch... the world health organization released a report linking processed and red meats to increased risk of cancer. but we'll show you why you might not want to put down that cheeseburger just yet 3
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3 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have a cloudy start with rain chances overnight friday into saturday. sunday will clear out and warm us back up into the 60's. 3 3 new studies suggest doctors should consider cutting back on some of the medications they prescribe to seniors. research in jama internal medicine focused on diabetes patients over the age of 70. it found medications to reduce blood sugar or blood pressure can actually increase the risk of dizzy spells... leading to confusion and falls. 3 a national task force recommends all obese adults between the ages of 40 and 70 be screened for abnormal blood sugar. it says those with high levels should be referred for intensive counseling to promote a healthy diet and exercise. 3 and starting a healthy diet as a young adult might have long term benefits. research in the journal "circulation" says eating more fruits and vegetables may keep arteries free of heart disease 20 - years later. in fact...
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those who ate the most produce had 26 - percent lower odds of developing calcified plaque later in life. 3 the world health organization has released a report finding a link between eating processed and red meats and cancer. c - b - s news cheif medical correspondent doctor jon lapook takes a look. 3 (narration #1)the who committee has placed processed meat like hot dogs and ham in the same cancer risk category as tobacco. but the amount of increased risk is nowhere near the same.(graphic)lifetime risk of getting colon cancer is five percent. eating the equivalent of one hot dog a day raises that risk to about six percent.by comparison, one study found the lifetime risk of lung cancer is 1.3 percent in male nonsmokers and about 17 percent (17.2%) in smokers. (can j public health, 1994 nov-dec; 85(6):385-8). (narration #2)the evidence was strongest for a cancer link with processed meat. the international panel of experts said the cancer link for red meat like steak and pork is weaker, but that red meat probably also causes cancer - mainly colon but possibly also pancreatic and prostate. (narration #3)the committee described a number of possible
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of usc served on the panel.(16 09 19 )processed meat are treated with different chemicals in order to preserve the meat, some of those chemicals are nitrates and nitrates can react in the body and form carcinogens. (narration #4)shalene mcneill is a registered dietitian with the national cattlemen's beef association. (sot, mcneill, 3809)what we see with reports like this is that they confuse us...////3828 it's easy to build a healthy diet with foods like beef and there's nothing in this report that changes that.tag 3 apple is being sued over a new iphone feature that could be costing you money. we'll
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3 good morning, (yankton)... it's (41 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (lewis & clark specialty hospital) camera. 3 microsoft just opened a big new store in new york city. here's your c - net tech update. 3 apple is being sued over a new iphone feature. i'm bridget carey, this is your cnet update.apple faces a $5 million dollar lawsuit over a new feature called wi-fi assist. it all boils down to data charges. you see, with wi-fi assist, the iphone automatically switches to use a cellular data connection whenever there's a weak wi-fi signal. but the controversy is that this is turned on by default for anyone that updates to ios 9. the lawsuit, which was first reported by appleinsider, argues that apple did not give a good enough explaination of what it did and should have alerted users, becuase it could be easy to accidently run up your data bill and go over your monthly limit when you think you're just using wi-fi. you
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settings, under cellular, and scroll all the way down the page to turn it off. the plantiffs are suing apple over false advertising and negligent misrepresentation. and in other apple drama, it seems we have an early look at android version of the apple music app, with leaked screenshots published by the german site mobile geeks. apple has said it is working on an android version to come out in the fall, so this itself wasn't a secret. it appears the design is similar to the iphone version. meanwhile, apple also began selling the new apple tv streaming box through the its online store. it starts at $150, but the older model can still be purchased for $70. and over at microsoft, you can now find the surface book and surface pro 4, offically on sale. it's also available to purchase at best buy, amazon and target. in new york city, you'll find the new machines on display front and center of microsoft's brand new retail store on fifth avenue -- just five blocks away from apple's iconic new york cube. this microsoft store opened monday and will be the flagship for all the company's retail locations. along with the surface machines, there are also windows computers on sale
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made by other manufacutures, like dell, as well as windows phones and wearables like the microsoft band -- and of course plenty of software. the second floor is where you'll find xbox one games to demo. walls are covered in 30- foot-long video screens, and there's also a lecture area. the help desk will assist with any questions regardless of what device you use, so you can learn how to use office on an iphone. in a way, this investment is one big marketing tool for microsoft to better push windows 10 products directly to consumers. that's it for this tech news update, and there's more at cnet.com. from our studios in new york, i'm bridget carey. 3 3 for tuesday look for mostly cloudy skies as a cold front will sit out west. by the late afternoon it may be possible to see a few showers, especially to the east. afternoon highs will top out right around 60. rain chances continue overnight.the cold front will come through early on wednesday, and that means we should see much cooler days the rest of the week. highs will stay near 50 through friday.this weekend will have
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chances overnight friday into "siouxland news at sunrise starts now" 3 "siouxland news at sunrise starts now" 3 the sioux city school board hears protests and
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objections to donald trump "siouxland news at sunrise starts now" 3 the sioux city school board hears protests and
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campaig stop at a high school.3 it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam. 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 rescue teams in canada are still searching for an australian man... still missing after sunday's fatal tour boat accident. five british citizens died when the leviathan -two sank near the surf town of tofino. canadian transportation officials plan to talk to 21 other people who were rescued... as they try to figure out what caused this to happen. back in the states... a south carolina school resource officer is on administrative leave... for forcibly removing a student from a classroom. cellphone video shows officer ben fields slamming and
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dragging the female student monday... after she supposedly refused to leave the class. the officer has been banned from schools in that area until we get the results of an investigation. and... the new york mets and the kansas city royals are gearing up for game one of the world series. the teams go head to head tonight at kauffman stadium. mets fans came out in full force monday... to show their support from the big apple. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the
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>> if i win, they'll say he's arrogant. and i don't want to be accused of being arrogant. >> carson tops trump as the new gop front runner. >> the newest poll gives carson a four-point lead. >> flood watches and warnings continue this morning in the south. >> really not a good place to be right now. >> the officer shown grabbing and dragging a student is now suspended. >> the death toll is expected to rise following a powerful earthquake that struck south asia. between 300 and 400 people are confirmed dead. >> a u.s. warship has passed within 12 miles of china's manmade island. beijing is calling this a threat to china's sovereignty. >> boats and people came out and they're right on scene helping
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